MUSICAL MERIT FOUNDATION
SOPRANO SOLOIST | April 11, 2021
Join Tasha Koontz, soprano, and acclaimed pianist, Dr.Peter Walsh for an afternoon recital featuring a varied program of art song and opera selections. Featured repertoire will include works by Hugo Wolf, Amy Beach, W.A Mozart, G.F. Handel, and many more favorites.
This will be a pre-recorded streamed event.
One Amazing Night
SAN DIEGO OPERA
SOPRANO SOLOIST | April 24, 2021
A Unique Drive-In Experience
At Pechanga Sports Arena San Diego - Parking Lot
3500 Sports Arena Blvd, San Diego CA 92110
Join San Diego Opera on a musical exploration of great works inspired by, and composed in response to, cataclysmic moments in history such as 1918 Influenza Pandemic and the HIV Crisis of the 1980s.
Guest performers and members of the exceptional San Diego Opera Chorus partner with the San Diego Symphony, under the baton of Bruce Stasyna, to present a memorable musical experience punctuated with poignant narratives.
Knoxville: Summer of 1915 (Barber)
CALIFORNIA CHAMBER ORCHESTRA
SOPRANO SOLOIST | February 22, 2020
Franz Schubert was just 16 when he composed his Symphony No. 1 in D Major. The conductor Sir Colin Davis described it as “a lovely, enchanting piece [that] hardly ever gets played.” The symphony harkens back to the London symphonies of Haydn, and to Mozart. Soprano Tasha Koontz joins the orchestra for Samuel Barber’s evocative Knoxville: Summer of 1915, based on poems by James Agee.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Mendelssohn)
SAN DIEGO SYMPHONY
SOPRANO SOLOIST | October 11 & 12, 2019
Hear Felix Mendelssohn's music as it was meant to be experienced, as a stellar cast of actors presents an abridged version of William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, accompanied by Mendelssohn’s magical score! But first, journey to Rafael Payare's homeland and experience the beauty of the Venezuelan countryside with Antonio Estévez’s Midday on the Plains.
SAN DIEGO OPERA
THE HIGH PRIESTESS | October 19, 22, 25, & 27, 2019
Loyalty to country, love, and betrayal collide when the pharaoh’s daughter Amneris discovers that her rival for the love of the Egyptian general Radames is none other than her Ethiopian slave, Aida. In an ironic turn of events Aida’s father, the King of Ethiopia, demands that she act as a spy for her homeland, potentially destroying the trust and affection of the man she loves.
SAN DIEGO FESTIVAL CHORUS
SOPRANO SOLOIST | December 14, 2019
The San Diego Festival Chorus & Orchestra celebrate the holiday season with Vivaldi's classic masterpiece, Gloria.